|Date Added||11 December 2012|
|Publisher||New York : De Witt & Davenport. W.H. Tinson, printer and stereotyper, N.Y.|
OA JK 2341 A13 K7 1854 72 p. This was the era of the greatest influence of the American, or Know Nothing Party, which ran ex-President Millard Fillmore for the presidency on the 1856 ticket. The text illustration of various Catholic rites are depicted in an uncomplimentary manner.